Lynn Armbrust is Technology Enablement & Process Design executive for the eChannels and Customer Solutions organization at Bank of America. In this role, Armbrust is responsible for leading the design, development and deployment of customer experiences and solutions, including leading the following teams: User Experience Design; Emerging Channel Capabilities; Money Movement ePlatforms; Process Excellence; Integrated Business Architecture; Customer Protection and Social Spaces Solutions; Relationship Continuum Execution and Integrated Management Reporting and Analytics. Read more »
Kent Dicks has over 25 years of successful entrepreneurial experience providing dynamic and strategic leadership in demanding environments of Information Technology, Engineering and Aerospace/Defense. Under Mr. Dicks leadership, MedApps has become widely acknowledged in the remote monitoring field by industry and government organizations alike. Read more »
Vice President of Legislative & Regulatory Affairs
Ed Gray is Vice President of Legislative and Regulatory Affairs at Elster Solutions where he is responsible for legislative and regulatory policy development and execution at the federal and state levels. He has over 35 years experience in the electricity industry. At Elster he has participated in over 15 state regulatory proceedings, given over 30 industry presentations, and participated in national and international standards policy efforts. Read more »
Kim Hart is a technology reporter at Politico. Previously, she created and wrote the “Hillicon Valley” blog at The Hill newspaper, which covers Congress. Earlier, she covered national technology and policy for The Washington Post, where she also wrote the weekly “Download” column. She has worked at The Baltimore Sun and at her hometown paper in Fort Myers, Florida. She is an honors graduate of the University of Florida and the University of Maryland, and has taught journalism at George Washington University and Georgetown University.
Dr. Paul E. Jacobs is chairman of Qualcomm’s board of directors and the company’s chief executive officer. A leader in the field of mobile communications for nearly two decades and a key architect of Qualcomm’s strategic vision, Dr. Jacobs’ responsibilities include leadership and oversight of all the company’s initiatives and operations. Read more »
Coleman Bazelon is an economist with The Brattle Group, a global consultancy. He is an expert in regulation and strategy in the wireless, wireline, and video sectors, and has consulted and testified in numerous telecommunications matters, ranging from wireless license auctions, spectrum management, and competition policy, to patent infringement, wireless reselling, and broadband deployment. He frequently advises regulatory and legislative bodies, including the U.S. Federal Communications Commission and the U.S. Congress. Read more »
Jon came to Zipcar as part of the merger with Flexcar, where he was VP of Corporate and Strategic Business Development. After receiving a B.A. from Duke University, Jon joined Congressional staff on Capitol Hill and worked on early efforts to encourage fuel-efficient and alternative-fuel vehicles. He received a J.D. from Duke University and worked at a law firm in Washington, D.C. Read more »
Ambassador Han was appointed by President Lee, Myung-bak as the new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the United States of the America on January 18, 2009. He presented his Letter of Credence to President Barack Obama on May 20, 2009.
Before the appointment, Ambassador Han served as the 38th Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea after his nomination was approved by the National Assembly on April 2, 2007, and he worked in that capacity until February 2008. Read more »
Mr. Brenner is Vice President, Government Affairs for Qualcomm Incorporated. He directs Qualcomm’s initiatives relating to spectrum and telecommunications policy in North America. He represents Qualcomm before the Federal Communications Commission and other agencies of the United States and Canadian governments responsible for spectrum and telecommunications policy. Read more »
Joan Marsh is a Vice President of Federal Regulatory Affairs for AT&T in Washington, D.C. where she has represented AT&T since 1999. In her current role, Ms. Marsh is responsible for managing AT&T’s wireless and public safety/national security interests before federal regulatory authorities, including the Federal Communications Commission. From 1997 to 1999, Ms. Marsh served as Senior Regional Attorney for AT&T in its Chicago offices representing AT&T before various state public utilities commissions in the Midwest. Read more »